Archive for April, 2012
» posted on Monday, April 16th, 2012 at 4:39 pm by admin
Our flag is a very special flag, it shows that we are American. It has 13 stripes and fifty stars. Along time ago people have only discovered 13 states. So they made a flag that had 13 stripes and 13 stars. As they adopted new states, they kept making new flags. For every state they adopted they added a star. Soon enough there were 50 stars on the flag. The flag still had 13 stripes. It stayed that way for the original 13 states.
Liberty D. Page
» posted on Monday, April 16th, 2012 at 4:21 pm by admin
Red, white, and blue is what we love. The flag is like it is running for our freedom. It makes the noise that tops all the other beautiful noises. 50 is my favorite number and I am proud.
Lexington P. O. Page
My Son Age 7
» posted on Wednesday, April 11th, 2012 at 6:56 pm by admin
We have been providing many people and organizations with plastic and bronze grave markers over the years. We are now able to offer custom bronze grave makers. Whether you need one or hundreds we can get them for you. The picture shows our newest custom grave marker which was made for the 9th Infantry. The 6″ Oval 95th Infantry Division Marker with Rod cost a little over $200 which is a fitting tribute to all whom served and are serving in that division. Do you have an idea for a custom marker let us know we can get it done for you.
» posted on Wednesday, April 4th, 2012 at 6:16 pm by admin
I was just given a forty eight star (48) American flag by my wife. I think it is beautiful.
The flag which belonged to her grandfather, Paul Woody, was given to her by her father, Ned Woody. Her grandfather did not fly the flag on a flagpole. Instead he flew the flag in the window to show patriotism during World War II. This agrees with the fact that there is no wear at the fly end.
The flag is made using wool as many old flags were. The stripes are sewn and the stars are appliqued (sewn)
As you can see many holes perforate this flag (I guess they didn’t use inhibitors back then).
The label is Washington Wool.
If anyone knows if this was a company or just a label for the material please shoot me an email I would love to know.